Sequoia Root #1
Sequoia National Park, California
When sequoias fall over they expose a massive root “ball”. (Ball is in quotes because it’s really more disk-shaped; quite wide and circular but flat and not very thick given the size of the trees.) They last years, probably centuries and their weathered, ragged features are great for close-in photography.
Enjoy this Thanksgiving Day. Lots to be thankful for around here including all my POTD readers!
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This reader is grateful for the daily photos you send! Have a nice holiday, whatever you’re doing.
Thanks Carol, same to you. Say hello to your mother for us, and everyone else of course!